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Placements: Placements for journalism are not provided in our college. Media related companies don't visit for placements. Only advertising and PR course have placements. I suggest that don't depend on the college for placements if you are a journalism student.
Infrastructure: You don't get hostels in XIC. However, PGs are very easily available, and the college will provide a number of PGs. The infrastructure of our college is amazing, and the classrooms are spacious and well-equipped. Our college has two campuses, and one ...
Placements: No placements provided as it's a working professionals course. Everyone is a working professional so no placements are provided. Everyone from different backgrounds come for this course because they would like to know more about how media works in the present world.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure of the college campus is A+. It has all the latest equipment you would need for a media school. All the classrooms have a PC + Wi-Fi connection + projectors. We are shown ad films where an ad production class was h...
Placements: The best placements are provided in the advertising industry. Prominent employers include Publicizes Group, Dentsu Network etc. The college helps students align their interests with the industry requirements. They ensure 100% placements for all the students.
Infrastructure: Everything that is needed to hone your skills in the advertising industry is available in the college. Wi-Fi facility is available. Well-equipped labs are available with the latest version of important software. A well-stocked library is avai...
Placements: The internships are mandatory and a part of the course curriculum. The college assists in setting up the internships for all the 60 students. These are with the leading PR agencies in the country. Agencies like Genesis Burson-Marsteller, MSL, Text 100, Adfactors, Cohn & Wolfe are some of the names that recruit the students year on year. After your internship, most of the students are given a pre-placement offer by the firms. They have the choice to accept or reject the same. Further, at the end ...
Placements: Well, we had some non-profit organisations that came for the placements. It is not necessary that you would be paid as per your expectation straight away. The starting was as basic as Rs. 15,000 per month. The students were mostly hired for the field work rather than into the research and operational process.
Infrastructure: The facilities in the college are up to the mark. We had proper computer labs, photography studio, quick responding, and student-friendly administrating staff, regular provision of class not...
Placements: The salaries are quite low in the advertising industry at the entry level, but the placement network was quite good. The alumni had people working in big companies and were very helpful. The alumni keep interacting even after the course is over in case people are looking to change their job at any point of time in the future.
Infrastructure: The library was amazing, the technical facilities were also quite good. All the classes were air-conditioned, very cozy and comfortab...
It's worth the time if u come in as a blank state. It was a risk taken coz in the course of 10 months of my course I didn't know what to expect. But what I experienced opened up "n" no. Of agendas for me. It literally took me by surprise like entering another world all together.
It is one of the best colleges for courses related to Mass communication, best faculty and best college placements. They not only focus on the academic growth but growth in all walks of life. The campus provides an awesome range of facilities and infrastructure, their labs are equipped with all the necessary machines.
The best thing about XIC is the curriculum and the Faculty. We got more of a practical knowledge than theoretical because majority of the faculty were guest lecturers from the industry. It also opened up gates for placements because most of these professors were potential employers. The curriculum consisted of short modules with a very practical and real life assignments. The final assignment was a "live-project" with actual clients and groups of students functioning like an actual agency. Addit...
The college provides good knowledge of film and television but specific in depth studies lack. The faculty is trained and we get continuous industry exposure through them. Other than this the campus life is good with list of festivals and college trips going on the entire year. The placements were pretty good with half the batch being placed in good production houses, advertising firms and PR agencies.
It is one of the best places to be in. In terms of learning as well as character building, it teaches you a lot. Faculty consists of industry professionals who give an insight of what exactly the market is doing and how an individual can grow. One of the best places for a media professional at his/her early stages.
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